Interfaith Chaplains can provide spiritual care and assistance, sacramental ministries, and spiritual support 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Chaplains are available for Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA, and the Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA. From 8:30 am to 5 p.m., call the Spiritual Care Office at (310) 825-7484 to request a visit. After hours ask your nurse to page the On-Call Chaplain at pager # 91770 or contact the Page Operator at (310) 825-6301 and request that the On-Call Chaplain be paged. The Interfaith Chaplains can also contact a religious leader of a particular faith tradition at your request.
If you need spiritual care services for UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica, please call (424) 259-8170.
An interfaith Meditation Room/Chapel (Room 1109) is available for private prayer and meditation 24 hours a day. It is located on the first floor of the hospital just inside the front entrance.
Spiritual Care Department Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center 10833 Le Conte Avenue, 12-217 CHS Los Angeles, CA 90095-1733
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Interfaith Meditation Room/Chapel
Meditation Room/Chapel, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center - Photo by Benny Chan/Fotoworks
Meditation Room/Chapel, UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica.
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Dispensing emergency spiritual care (UCLA Today)
One department at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center stands out for its unique emergency supplies: Muslim prayer rugs, recordings of Buddhist monks chanting, Christian Bibles and Jewish prayer shawls.
For patients struck by a serious illness or a deadly diagnosis, those supplies are just one way the Spiritual Care Department helps patients cope with a crisis. The chaplains offer company, spiritual guidance and religious materials to patients of every stripe, from the deeply observant to atheists in need of support, said the Rev. Sandra Yarlott, director of the Spiritual Care Department at the hospital.
"It's the most sacred work you could ever do," Yarlott said. (read full story)
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